When your GMC 1000 Series left the factory, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who values longevity in their automobile. GMC car, truck, or SUV drivers have come to expect a certain level of dependability when driving their 1000 Series around town. Your GMC dealership isn't the only place to buy genuine or original equipment quality parts to repair your 1000 Series. Make no mistake, you bought your 1000 Series because you knew that you wanted horsepower and great value both rolled up into one vehicle.
It requires a certain synergy - a need for many cooling components on your GMC 1000 Series working in concert - to maintain constant engine temperature, and like a house of cards when one goes down they all fail. A very important one is the cooling fan assembly, and it will kick on after a temperature sensor detects the coolant is getting too hot. Most of the time your GMC 1000 Series cooling fan assembly turns on suddenly is when your car or truck is not traveling fast; this is because there is not enough airflow into the radiator to lower the coolant temperature. While the cooling fan is running it is sucking air from in front of the radiator through its fins, the coolant inside the core loses its heat and then exits out the lower radiator hose and goes back to the engine.
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